Senvol to sell Siemens AM data

Senvol plans to commercialize various additive manufacturing (AM) databases from Siemens Energy.

This includes information on the Ti64, Inconel 625, and Inconel 718 used by Siemen on its laser powder bed fusion machines.

The data was initially intended exclusively for internal use, Senvol said.

“This marks an extremely significant point in the AM industry,” said Sevol President Annie Wang commented.

The databases will be made available on the company website as part of its Indexes data sets for AM material characterization, according to Senvol.

The databases include hundreds of specimens spread across dozens of tests, such as tensile, low cycle fatigue, high cycle fatigue, and creep. Most of the tests were conducted at various temperature conditions.